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Saturday 7th March 2015

Phenomenal People, Extraordinary Journeys

Phenomenal People, Extraordinary Journeys
Date
07/03/2015
Location
1 Kensington Gore, RGS, SW7 2AR
Description
Have you ever wondered what work and life is like for a field based scientist? Does it matter whether you are a man or a woman? In a celebration of International Women's Day, we are bringing together phenomenal people to talk about their extraordinary journeys and the importance of field research.
Categories:
Lecture, Other
Wednesday 11th March 2015

Equality and Coercion in Mental Health Law - Can They Ever Be Compatible?

Equality and Coercion in Mental Health Law - Can They Ever Be Compatible?
Date
11/03/2015
Location
Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre
Description
The third John Toulmin Lecture in Law and Psychiatry.
Categories:
Annual Lecture
Thursday 12th March 2015

American Meritocracy

American Meritocracy
Date
12/03/2015
Location
K2.31 King's Building
Description
American Meritocracy: Gary Younge, Jo Littler, Eliane Glaser
Categories:
Public Talk

King's English Poetry And… Series

King's English Poetry And… Series
Date
12/03/2015
Location
Chapel King's Building Strand Campus
Description
A series of free poetry readings featuring renowned contemporary poets.
Categories:
Poetry Reading, Public Talk
Monday 16th March 2015

The world in 2015: What went wrong with Europe?

The world in 2015: What went wrong with Europe?
Date
16/03/2015
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K6.29) Strand Campus
Description
With a lack of economic growth, the rise of populist forces, a growing divorce between North and South, if not West and East, Europe is also confronted at its borders with the return of a revisionist Russia. Can Europe reinvent herself in such an urgent and precarious context?
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk
Wednesday 18th March 2015

Professor Carla Molteni Inaugural Lecture

Professor Carla Molteni Inaugural Lecture
Date
18/03/2015
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K6.29) Strand Campus
Description
Professor Carla Molteni will deliver her Inaugural Lecture on Wednesday 18 March 2015.
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk
Thursday 19th March 2015

King's English Poetry And… Series

King's English Poetry And… Series
Date
19/03/2015
Location
Chapel King's Building Strand Campus
Description
Poetry And…Climate Change with David Harsent and Rachel McCarthy. Part of a series of free poetry readings featuring renowned contemporary poets.
Categories:
Poetry Reading, Public Talk
Saturday 21st March 2015

Discovering Alternative Routes to Development: The Welfare Enhancing Emerging Economies of Latin America, Asia, and Africa

Discovering Alternative Routes to Development: The Welfare Enhancing Emerging Economies of Latin America, Asia, and Africa
Date
21/03/2015
Location
Nash Lecture Theatre King's Building Strand Campus
Description
This conference will bring together scholars from King's College London, as well as academic institutions in the UK and the US, to discuss the exciting innovations that several emerging economies are experiencing in the area of social welfare policy, income distribution, and poverty.
Categories:
Annual Lecture, Conference
Tuesday 24th March 2015

The world in 2015: What went wrong with the Middle East?

The world in 2015: What went wrong with the Middle East?
Date
24/03/2015
Location
Anatomy Lecture Theatre (K6.29) Strand Campus
Description
Fragmentation, radicalization, geographical expansion, the Middle-East is not only a geographical expression, it is becoming a "state of mind", with the dark and negative attraction it exerts on 'lost' Western youth. As for the Israel/Palestine conflict is it not returning dangerously to a far older and intractable religious dimension?
Categories:
Lecture, Public Talk
Thursday 26th March 2015

Climate Politics - Does the IPCC have a future?

Climate Politics - Does the IPCC have a future?
Date
26/03/2015
Location
B5 Auditorium Franklin-Wilkins Building Waterloo Campus
Description
Professor JP van Ypersele (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium) examines the past, present and future of the IPCC. This is the latest King's Climate Dialogue, hosted by the Department of Geography and The Policy Institute at King's.
Categories:
Lecture, Other, Public Talk
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